Professor James R. Eissinger
|Adjunct Professor of Law
Former Professor of Law, 1972
Former Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
Former Interim Dean
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Admitted to practice in North Dakota and Texas.
Professor James Eissinger entered service in the U.S. Air Force as a member of the Judge Advocate General's Corps. He served as counsel in court martial proceedings as well as providing general legal assistance. Professor Eissinger later served as an attorney on the law enforcement council, a division of the Attorney General's office in North Dakota.
After serving on the faculty of the School of Law at the University of North Dakota, Professor Eissinger came directly to the Texas Tech School of Law faculty.
Professor Eissinger has written and published generally in the area of public law.
B.A., Wartburg College, 1960
J.D., University of North Dakota, 1964
Labor Law, Constitutional Law, Discrimination in Employment, Constitutional Torts, Workers Compensation
Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Decisions: An Instructional Guide. (National Judicial College, University of Nevada, 1992) (Co-author).
Judicial Review of Findings of Fact in Contested Cases under APTRA, 42 Baylor L. Rev. 1 (Winter 1990).